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Want to try Sani Hands Anti-bacterial Hand Wipes - chance to win £300 NOW CLOSED

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 08-Aug-17 16:01:41

We have been asked by the team at Sani Hands Anti-bacterial Hand Wipes to find 250 MNers to try their handy sized pack of wipes.

Sani Hands say “With increased public awareness of the importance of hand hygiene and the transfer of germs, people now more than ever want to minimise the risk of picking up germs and bacteria, particularly while out and about. Sani Hands Anti-bacterial Hand Wipes kill 99.99% of bacteria and germs in seconds, and keep hands protected for up to 6 hours. With 80% of communicable diseases transferred by touch, most bacteria on our hands is on the fingertips and under our nails. Sani Hands antibacterial wipes are proven to be the most effective and hygienic alternative to soap and water. The unique textured surface improves dirt removal while the added moisturisers make them gentle on your hands

They are a perfect for busy days out with the children, and are also popular with commuters, holiday makers and office workers.”

Testers will be sent a pack of Sani Hands Antibacterial Hand Wipes, each handy sized pack contains 12 wipes.

Sani Hands are available to buy from Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Waitrose stores and further information can be found at www.sanihands.co.uk/. The RRP is £1.20.

Selected testers will be asked to try the wipes with their family (perhaps on a day out or holiday or even on a trip to the supermarket) and then asked to share their feedback on a thread on Mumsnet.

Everyone who takes part and shares their feedback will be entered into a prize draw where one winner will get a £300 supermarket voucher (for supermarket of choice, from a list).

If you’d like to take part, please add your details here.

We will be in touch with selected testers soon - please note we are looking for feedback by the end of August, please only apply if you’re around during August to receive the wipes, try them and then add feedback on Mumsnet.

Thanks and good luck,
MNHQ

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MummyBtothree Tue 08-Aug-17 18:46:53

Done smile

Pipstarz41 Tue 08-Aug-17 21:17:52

Completed! smile

ThanksForAllTheFish Wed 09-Aug-17 03:18:08

Applied - would be very handy to have a pack of these in my handbag.

ralv Wed 09-Aug-17 07:47:47

My predictive text made my application a bit squiffy!

SillyMoomin Wed 09-Aug-17 08:25:20

Love to!

scaevola Wed 09-Aug-17 11:40:50

There was a piece in the news this morning (icw the noro outbreak at the athletics) where a doctor was explaining that handwashing with soap and water is far and away the best thing. You need to wash thoroughly and for at least 15 seconds.

So '...are proven to be the most effective and hygienic alternative to soap and water" will not be untrue, if the other alternatives (ordinary wipes and/or gel) have been demonstrated to be consistently less effective (in ordinary use, one hopes, not just lab conditions).

But getting to a sink and washing is always going to be the better option.

wendyonthefarm Wed 09-Aug-17 12:08:07

Completed smile

FinallyHere Wed 09-Aug-17 12:25:42

And I really the only poster who finds anti-bacterial anything abhorrent? A good wash in soap and water is fine for anything actually dirty, or risky, such as raw pork or poultry. And for anyone with a compromised immune system naturally.

Otherwise, though, If we focus on keeping the environment absolutely sterile, what chance do we, and our children, have of building up a healthy immune system? I know I am hopelessly old fashioned, but feel really strongly about this one. My mother (--in the fifties, my sister was a lot older, honest...--) discouraged by the health visitor from washing an apple dropped by the baby, on the grounds that in an essentially clean household, a few germs wouldn't do any harm, quite the reverse, in fact.

It makes intuitive sense to me, which I realise doesn't, in its self, make it right. Would love to know what others think considers whether a free givaway thread is the right place for this rant

Wattonearth Wed 09-Aug-17 13:19:38

Applied- these sound very handy smile

aristocat Wed 09-Aug-17 13:49:59

smile

BMWvsMERC Wed 09-Aug-17 14:14:03

Signed up

Tuesday40 Wed 09-Aug-17 14:33:16

Done

HoisinSource Wed 09-Aug-17 15:29:54

Done!

RestingBitchFaceKeepsYouYoung Wed 09-Aug-17 15:55:57

Done!

Candyperfumegirl Wed 09-Aug-17 16:14:25

Sound handy, applied smile

samii1989 Wed 09-Aug-17 16:18:05

Done smile

JellyBeanz77 Wed 09-Aug-17 16:42:15

Done!

muminthecity Wed 09-Aug-17 16:59:11

Done smile

JasmineGreen Wed 09-Aug-17 20:24:36

done

Done 😆

ArseholesOnToast Thu 10-Aug-17 01:12:45

Done too 😊

Coffeetasteslikeshit Thu 10-Aug-17 06:41:56

And I really the only poster who finds anti-bacterial anything abhorrent?

No, you're not. These sorts of products actually make me angry.

SafeToCross Thu 10-Aug-17 07:41:18

www.theguardian.com/science/2016/sep/02/antibacterial-soaps-banned-us-fda

thanksamillion Thu 10-Aug-17 08:35:53

I love a product test but I'm not applying for this one on the same grounds. The gel is unnecessary and now add in some probably hard to biodegrade wipes too!

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